A mining village with a millennial history

Enchanting beaches, with wonderful places like the Blue Grotto and the cove of
Cala Domestica, abandoned mines, and an authentic atmosphere: this is Buggerru. Founded in 1864, it is located on the southwest coast of Sardinia, a coastal town rooted in the mining history of the island. Its fascinating origin is a blend of mining tradition and natural beauty. Since ancient times, this land has been a significant center for mining, and its legacy is reflected in its picturesque abandoned mines and the tales of miners.
In Buggerru, you can visit the Malfidano Mine, the Henry Gallery, and the Miner’s Museum to delve into the mining history of the town and discover the remains of a once-thriving activity now preserved and passed down.

Cala Domestica beach of Buggerru village of Southwest Sardinia
Henry Gallery Buggerru village Southwest Sardinia

A Buggerru potrai visitare le miniere Miniera di Malfidano, la Galleria Henry e il Museo del Minatore per addentrarti nella storia mineraria della città e scoprire i resti di un’attività fiorente oggi conservata e tramandata.